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Chevy store fined $40,000 for selling recalled new vehicles without repairs

55 min 7 sec ago
Federal regulators fined a suburban Phoenix Chevrolet dealership $40,000 for selling recalled new vehicles without the proper repairs. Sands Chevrolet of Surprise, Ariz.

Auto executives cooling toward acquisitions, study says

2 hours 2 min ago
Automotive industry executives are less interested in pursuing acquisitions than they were a year ago and are favoring deals that minimize political or technology risks, according to a new survey by Ernst and Young.

GM names Nissan's Rainey to lead dealer diversity efforts

3 hours 21 min ago
Mark Rainey, a 20-year veteran of Nissan, today was tasked with expanding the number of General Motors dealerships owned by minorities and females.

Kia hamsters return in Soul ad showing in movie theaters

3 hours 50 min ago
Kia Motors' hamsters made their return to the advertising scene this past weekend in over 34,000 U.S. movie theaters.

Jaguar sees salvation in F-Pace

7 hours 40 min ago
The template for how Jaguar created the F-Pace, a midsize, five-passenger, high-performance utility, comes straight out of Porsche's playbook. Think of the F-Pace as Jaguar's take on the Porsche Cayenne and Macan.

Ford to buy nearly 2 city blocks near headquarters

8 hours 47 min ago
Ford is purchasing nearly two blocks of prime property near its world headquarters, including a historic former hotel and a pair of well-known restaurant sites.

Toyota idles output on some lines in Japan after blast at supplier plant

9 hours 54 min ago
Toyota said today it suspended output at some Japan plants and stoppages would be expanded on Wednesday after the automaker was unable to secure parts following an explosion at a plant of one of its suppliers.

Toyota stops production on some lines in Japan after blast at supplier plant

9 hours 54 min ago
Toyota said today it suspended output at some Japan plants and stoppages would be expanded on Wednesday after the automaker was unable to secure parts following an explosion at a plant of one of its suppliers.

Toyota brake supplier Advics reports Japan plant explosion

11 hours 37 min ago
Advics, a supplier of braking components to Toyota, reported an explosion at one of its factories in central Japan's Aichi prefecture.

All the single ladies get credit for booming SUV demand

12 hours 1 min ago
Increasing income and education as well as a general delay in marriage and child-bearing combine to create a growing number of single women buying cars.

Blast hits Japan plant operated by Toyota brake supplier

30 May, 2016 - 15:19
Advics, a supplier of braking components to Toyota, reported an explosion at one of its factories in central Japan's Aichi prefecture.

Inside Toyota's new digs

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Check out photos of Toyota's new North American HQ and temporary offices.

You thought cars were big polluters?

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal may be bad, but the pollution from diesel automobiles is a breath of fresh mountain air compared with what spews out of the smokestacks of some huge cruise ships.

CarGurus validates used-car prices on dealership sites

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
CarGurus has become the latest third-party shopping site to allow dealers to place its rating of used-vehicle prices - such as 'good deal' or 'great deal' - directly on a dealership website's inventory pages.

App helps dealers make fast bids for consumers' vehicles

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Cars.com and Pearl Technology have partnered to help dealers buy consumer-owned used vehicles. But dealers have to be quick to win the deal.

More carmakers race into ride-sharing

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Automakers are staking their claims in the ride-sharing world -- and fast. Last week, Toyota invested in ride-share giant Uber, Volkswagen Group in Gett, a ride-hailing company popular in Europe, and BMW in the company behind a carpooling app.

Recall battle shifts to states

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
State dealer associations are going to their legislatures seeking -- and getting -- new protections they say dealers need to cope with the burden of unrepaired vehicles on their lots, especially as the Takata airbag recalls expand.

Recruiting college grads to the dealership

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Ray Skillman Auto Group revamped its recruiting process to target college graduates with retail experience, part of its switch to a product-specialist model to replace traditional sales staffers.

Toyota's Texas headquarters begins to rise

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Toyota's Plano, Texas, plot is beginning to look like a world-class corporate campus as it emerges from the dusty construction site just north of Dallas in anticipation of a migration of employees from the old headquarters in Southern California and...

How Bill Ford lured Flex-N-Gate to Detroit

30 May, 2016 - 07:01
Flex-N-Gate, owned by low-profile magnate Shahid Khan, will build a new plant in Detroit, a move Bill Ford advocated for.

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